Tbilisi (GBC) – The Association of Georgian Virtual Zone Persons (VZP), with the support of Kreston Georgia, is dedicating a large-scale conference to the challenges, problematic issues, legal and tax difficulties faced by partner companies, which will be held online on November 7.

The Association claims that participation in the event offers a unique opportunity to Association members and companies with the status of a Virtual Zone Person:

  • to ask questions about problematic issues for them;
  • to engage in the process of sharing important information;
  • to obtain answers to all questions;
  • to get explanations about legal and tax difficulties;
  • to take part in discussions about potential changes in taxation policy and legislation.

The chairman of the Association, Shorena Kopaleishvili states that the business discussion will be aimed at analyzing the specific problems faced by the member companies of the association, which will help them solve the problems still existing in the field of taxation.

"In turn, the information received will assist the Association of Georgian Virtual Zone Persons and its partners in strengthening the advocacy process of companies with this status with a targeted and result-oriented policy," says Shorena Kopaleishvili.

Speakers of the discussion are:

Shorena Kopaleishvili - the chairman of the Association.

David Papiashvili - tax expert and managing partner of Kreston Georgia.

The discussion, held online on the Zoom platform in Georgian, will begin on November 7 at 15:00 Tbilisi time. Representatives of companies are welcome to participate in the discussion for free.

Those interested in participating in the discussion should register at the following link: https://rb.gy/4a305